There's InvisibleShields (and similar products) that cover the face, the back, even parts of the sides (in some cases less than ideally); we can get silicone or rubber cases (which can damage with dust/sand/dirt particles), acrylic cases (which can do even further damage as well), and lovely leather cases or pouches, and there are inward-facing padded non-abrasive belt holsters and such. But so far there has been no good solution for covering what has proven to be the most-easily-damaged and visible parts of the iPhone (besides the screen obviously), the chrome bezel. If you drop it once, there could be dents, gouges, or deep scratches... or if you get particulate matter between the case and the iPhone, your chrome will have tiny weird-looking scratch patterns or look like you took a brillo to your baby iPhone! Is there no good solution to protecting the chrome? Does anyone have any ideas, or have any companies committed to finding a better way to protect this beautiful-yet-damage-prone part of the iPhone design? All I can think of is if a shield-type company can make a highly-adhesive, flexible stick-on shield that would cover only the chrome and not warp at the rounded edges... but it would be so small and encounter such moving forces that the edges might peel up like some screen protectors do after a while and get gunky... Or else if you could apply some kind of clear coat like cars (and ladies' nails!) have to protect their surfaces, or have it done by a professional... Does anyone know if it's real chrome or stainless steel or what, by the way? Maybe it could be electrostatically-plated. I know there are businesses in most cities that can do that, right?